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Never before has the integration of talent and technology been so vital to a company's well being. The Talent Economy is the only publication that covers the four primary components in this
equation: the technology professionals with the vital skills, the staffing and services providers, the workforce tools, and the
corporate decision makers. The Talent Economy is dedicated to being a field guide to these crucial relationships and their
impact on modern business.
InformationWeek is a weekly print magazine that reaches 440,000 businesses and IT professionals at more than a quarter million businesses. It's read by CIOs, IT managers, business managers,
and information technology professionals among others. The magazine provides in-depth analysis, news, research and
perspectives on the latest business technology trends.
InfoWorld provides specialized IT coverage for the CTO, senior-most company executives who are deeply steeped in
technology expertise and experience. InfoWorld Media Group is a division of IDG, the world's leading technology media, research, and event company.
Application integration has become the focal point for IT and for business. Web services, e-business, and m-commerce all depend on integration. It is vital that companies develop a long-term
architectural strategy to integrate the best available technologies with existing systems, such as ERP and legacy. eAI
Journal - The Resource for e-Business, Application Integration, and Web Services - is sharply focused on this key aspect of
enterprise computing. Each month we look at the technical issues surrounding strategic e-business deployment, including the integration of applications and middleware, and also consider the
business implications. In addition, our Website features all the latest breaking news in the market and arranges content
intuitively by topic.
Unlike any other IT information source, Computerworld has a proud heritage that speaks volumes about continuous change, adaptation and brand loyalty. Thirty-five years since launching as "the newsweekly for the computer community", Computerworld remains at
the forefront of IT Leaders' information needs. And the proof is daunting. 61 editorial awards in the last four years. More users quoted in the last year than any other IT publication. More press
recognition than any other IT publication. And 58 editions published worldwide, making Computerworld the largest IT media
network in the world. This kind of leadership can only happen with an unwavering focus on the information needs of IT Leaders, where Computerworld delivers a cutting-edge suite of offerings
across print, online and events.